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Postdoctoral Fellowship Positions

Stanford University received several major contracts/grants including the Rapid and Accurate Proteomic Index Dosimetry (RAPID) Consortium and Physical Science Oncology Center (PS-OC), with a primary focus on validating radiation exposure and cancer biomarker panels, respectively, with an ultrasensitive magneto-nano protein chip platform being developed at Stanford University and its collaborators.

Several postdoctoral fellow positions are available immediately and over the next few years to develop novel methods, devices, and assays for detecting multiple protein biomarkers (Gaster et al., Nature Medicine, 2009). These projects are highly independent yet collaborative, multidisciplinary and nontraditional, thus require self-motivated and highly driven individuals who also have a willingness to collaborate with others and an open attitude towards interdisciplinary research. These positions also require extensive experience with standard molecular biology and biochemistry skills, including experience with proteins, biosensors, and microarrays . The ideal candidate should have a doctorate in chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, electrical engineering, bioengineering, physics, or a related discipline.

Applicants should send curriculum vitae, three references, and a summary of previous work to:
Professor Shan Wang, PhD

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